- Author:Richard Lodish
- Publisher:Corwin (October 23, 1995)
- Pages:152 pages
- Subcategory:Professionals & Academics
- FB2 format1282 kb
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Richard Lodish, winner of the 1993 National Distinguished Principal Award, shows how you can use laughter, joy, and good-old-fashioned humor as tension relievers and teaching tools at your school. Drawing from his experience as a student, teacher, and principal, he has created a collection of stories that will give you an entire year's worth of inspiration. Here's a practical look at how humor can help brighten the day and lighten the load for everyone at your school and in your classrooms.